Knights Inn Fredericton
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... prs. jeans
1 black fleece
1 light sweater
4 long-sleeve t-shirts
2 short-sleeves t-shirts
6 prs. socks
1 pr. shoes
1 thin downfilled packable jacket
1 neoprene, fleece-lined rain jacket
Cosmetics, toiletries, curling iron, drugs, chargers, etc.
1 rolled up Sportsac totebag - for the trip home.
And here's the thing: my now-packed suitcase (just a ...
I spent some time Sunday learning more about Bob Gibson's Marysville, a 19th century mill town. Soon I hope to visit the town of Marysville. My great-grandfather, Willoughby Avens Manzer, worked in this incredibly modern cotton mill. I was under the impression that he was a weaver as stated on his death certificate. A display at the Fredericton Region Museum explores ...
... in 1672, and over the next 80 years Beaubassin was the capital of Arcadia. One of the most interesting things about the Arcadian people was their innovative way of reclaiming farming land from the marshy ground by the sea. They did this by building a system of dykes to hold back the tides, and clever sluices that drained marsh waters out, but blocked the sea from getting in with the tide each day. The reclaimed land would take several years of drainage and rain to wash enough ...
... tours in and around the city are all free as well! The scenic St John River runs through the city and there are parks galore! There are some wonderful local artisan shops that I enjoyed! We ended our tour of the River Valley Scenic Drive this afternoon and will be starting a portion of the Fundy Coastal Drive in the morning! Settled in Mill Cove for the night and camped on Grand Lake, the largest lake in ...
Yesterday I bought a new curtain rod and curtains. The rod includes a drapery rod with it, should I want to add panels behind, I can. I am thinking of getting 2 rods like that for the rooms upstairs so I can add a panel behind the lace so its not so seethrough.
Also one for the back dining room window since I didnt change that one yet.
However the rod was $50, plus extra curtains... As a result I am also putting together a new resume and ...